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Kenwood cd radio player flashing the word protect

I was replacing the dash in my 1999 chevy silverado-the entire dash will not work now and the kenwood is flashing the word protect. Nothing is working.

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I installed this strero in my car and all i get is the word protect .now what do i od

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Have you checked all the wires and check your ground make it real good

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